Kazakhstan Unexpectedly Cuts Rates as Inflation Risks AbateBy
Cut in benchmark to 15% surprised most economists in survey
Inflation is peaking as economy risks first decline since 1998
Kazakhstan’s central bank cut its key interest rate for the first time since introducing it last year as policy makers look to curtail gains in the tenge and inflation risks subside.
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